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Tournament results: FedExCup - PGA Tr

Results for the FedExCup - PGA Tr are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2014
Awards
4,750 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Horschel, Billy

Venue

Score

4,750 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Billy Horschel (USA) won the PGA Tour 2013-14 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Chris Kirk (USA) was second with 3,100 pts; Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) was third with 3,050 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2013
Awards
4,750 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Stenson, Henrik

Venue

Score

4,750 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Henrik Stenson (Swe) won the PGA Tour 2013 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Tiger Woods (USA) was second with 2743 pts; Steve Stricker (USA) was third with 2650 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2012
Awards
4,100 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Snedeker, Brandt

Venue

Score

4,100 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Brandt Snedeker (USA) won the PGA Tour 2012 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) was second with 2827 pts. Tiger Woods (USA) was third with 2663 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2009
Awards
4,000 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Venue

Score

4,000 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Tiger Woods (USA) won the PGA Tour 2009 season-long points chase, to capture his second FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Phil Mickelson (USA) was second with 2920 pts. Steve Stricker (USA) was third with 2750 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2015
Awards
3,800 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Spieth, Jordan

Venue

Score

3,800 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

22-year-old Jordan Spieth (USA) won the PGA Tour 2014-15 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Henrik Stenson (Swe) was second with 2,307 pts; Jason Day (Aus) was third with 2,290 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2016
Awards
3,120 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

McIlroy, Rory

Venue

Score

3,120 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) won the PGA Tour 2015-16 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Dustin Johnson (USA) was second with 2,380 pts; Patrick Reed (USA) was third with 1,986 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2017
Awards
3,000 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Thomas, Justin

Venue

Score

3,000 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Justin Thomas (USA) won the PGA Tour 2016-17 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Jordan Spieth (USA) was second with 2,340 pts; Xander Schauffele (USA) was third with 2,151 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2010
Awards
2,980 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Furyk, Jim

Venue

Score

2,980 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Jim Furyk (USA) won the PGA Tour 2010 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Matt Kuchar (USA) was second with 2728 pts. Luke Donald (Eng) was third with 2700 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2011
Awards
2,760 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Haas, Bill

Venue

Score

2,760 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Bill Haas (USA) won the PGA Tour 2011 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Webb Simpson (USA) was second with 2745 pts. Luke Donald (Eng) was third with 2567 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2020
Awards
269 (-21)
$15 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Johnson, Dustin

Venue

Score

269 (-21)

Prize money

$15 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Dustin Johnson (USA) won the PGA Tour's final event of the season, the Tour Championship (Sept 4-7), and with it the 2019-20 FedEx Cup and $15 million first prize. Xander Schauffele (USA) and Justin Thomas (USA) tied for second place, 3 shots behind Johnson, and collected $4.5 million each. Jon Rahm (Esp) was a shot further back in fourth place, worth $3 million.

2021
Awards
269 (-21)
$15 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Cantlay, Patrick

Venue

Score

269 (-21)

Prize money

$15 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

29-year-old Patrick Cantlay (USA) won the PGA Tour's final event of the season, the Tour Championship (Sept 2-5), and with it the 2020-21 FedEx Cup and $15 million first prize. Jon Rahm (Esp) was second, 1 shot behind Cantlay, and collected $5 million. Kevin Na (USA) was 5 shots further back in third, worth $4 million.

2019
Awards
267 (-18)
$15 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

McIlroy, Rory

Venue

Score

267 (-18)

Prize money

$15 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) won the PGA Tour's final event of the season, the Tour Championship (Aug 22-25), and with it the 2018-19 FedEx Cup and $15million first prize. For the first time in the Tour's history, the winner of the final playoff event automatically won the FedEx Cup itself. Second-placed Xander Schauffele (USA) finished 4 shots behind McIlory, and collected $5million. Brooks Koepka (USA) and Justin Thomas (USA) were a shot further back in joint third place, worth $3.5million each. McIlroy joined Tiger Woods as the only player to win the FedEx Cup twice.

2022
Awards
263 (-21)
$18 million
FedEx/St Jude

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

McIlroy, Rory

Venue

Score

263 (-21)

Prize money

$18 million

Title sponsor

FedEx/St Jude

33-year-old Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) won the PGA Tour's final event of the season, the Tour Championship (Aug 25-28), and with it the 2021-22 FedEx Cup and $18 million first prize ( ... the biggest prize in golf). Scottie Scheffler (USA) and Sungjae Im (S Kor) were tied second, just 1 shot behind McIlroy, and collected $5.75 million each. Xander Schauffle (USA) was 2 shots further back in fourth, worth $4 million.

2023
Awards
261 (-27)
$18 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Hovland, Viktor

Venue

Score

261 (-27)

Prize money

$18 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

25-year-old Viktor Hovland (Nor) won the PGA Tour's final event of the season, the Tour Championship (Aug 24-27), and with it the 2022-23 FedEx Cup and $18 million first prize. Hovland shot 261 (-27) to win the championship. Second-placed Xander Schauffele (USA) finished 5 shots back (-22) and collected $6.5 million. Wyndham Clark (USA; -16) was third, pocketing $5 million. In fourth place, worth $4 million, was Rory McIlroy (N.Ire; -14).

2018
Awards
2,260 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Rose, Justin

Venue

Score

2,260 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Justin Rose (Eng) won the PGA Tour 2017-18 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Tiger Woods (USA) was second with 2,219 pts; Bryson DeChambeau (USA) was third with 2,188 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2008
Awards
125,101 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Singh, Vijay

Venue

Score

125,101 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Vijay Singh (Fiji) won the PGA Tour 2008 season-long points chase, to capture the FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Camilo Villegas (Col) was second with 124,550 pts. Sergo Garcia (Esp) was third with 119,400 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

2007
Awards
123,033 pts
$10 million
FedEx

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Venue

Score

123,033 pts

Prize money

$10 million

Title sponsor

FedEx

Tiger Woods (USA) won the PGA Tour 2007 season-long points chase, to capture the inaugural FedExCup and $10 million bonus. Steve Stricker (USA) was second with 110,455 pts. Phil Mickelson (USA) was third with 109,358 pts. The Cup is awarded based on points earned during the regular PGA Tour season and in the four playoff events.

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